Summer is on the wane, and everything shifts with the seasons in regard to wedding planning. From the foods to the colors to the fabrics, and of course the flowers a bride carries down the aisle. Celebrate the season with a deep, lush, majestic bouquet, like some of these pictured below!
feature image: The bride at this California wedding, a floral designer by trade, composed her bouquet of plush ‘Pieter B’ and ‘Evelyn’ garden roses, bunny tails, and pink-edged variegated dogwood. Vintage jaquard ribbon adds a final flourish. Read more: Fall Bridal Bouquets.
below: This bride wasn’t picky about her flowers and let her florist decide what would work best. She carried white hydrangea, orange roses, and dahlias. The roses and dahlias were two different shades of orange, adding depth to the bouquet. Read more: the Knot
below: Berries are a great way to add texture and dimension to fall weddinb bouqets. Hypericum berries and viburnum berries are both great choices. Tying your bouquet with orange, brown ribbons subtly brings in colors of fall, even if your bouquet is not made up of autumn colors. Read more: My Wedding Planning Guide
below: Rich and classic, this dome-shaped bouquet of warm-hued garden roses is enhanced by dates and kumquats brushed with gold metallic powder and set on wire stems. Shell-shaped metallic trim wraps the wider ivory satin ribbon. Read more: Fall Bridal Bouquets